Age ain't nuthin' but a number! In their new video for "Run," Foo Fighters show us all that you're never too old to rock, even if it comes at the old folks home.

Foo Fighters dropped a surprise on fans this morning (June 1) with the release of the new song "Run" and its corresponding video. The group stayed in house for the video as it was directed by frontman Dave Grohl. The clip finds the now aged members of the Foo Fighters playing for the residents of an old folks home and soundtracking their rage as they fight back against a domineering nurse, some of the staff and even some hipsters outside of the show. It's no holds barred for these elderly folks, who go so far as to stage dive and vape with glee and youthful abandon.

"Run" is the first new song released from Foo Fighters since their late 2016 Saint Cecilia EP. It has not been revealed as of yet if more songs or a full album will be coming, but for now the driving rocker "Run" should be all over the airwaves over the next few months. If you like what you hear, the song is now available via iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.

Foo Fighters just played their sole U.S. date this year at the Bottle Rock Festival over the weekend, but have a tour schedule filled with plenty of Euro festivals this summer. See all of their scheduled dates here.

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